Delta plans seat capacity cutbacks amid weak market, rising fuel costs

06/11/2009 | Reuters · MarketWatch · Google

Delta Air Lines says it plans to reduce its domestic seat capacity by 10%, compared with 2008, as the company grapples with continued weak demand and rising fuel costs. The capacity reductions, to begin in September, will also cause the company to reassess its staffing needs, but officials said they would try to avoid involuntary layoffs.

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